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Spring Offensive – Omnibus Theatre, London

Writer: Victoria Willing Director: Marie McCarthy Reviewer: Sophia Moss Spring Offensive is an intelligent, bleak and ambitious exploration of war tourism, disappointment, loneliness and life as a British expat. The first half of this play is compelling but, as the evening wears on, tensions rise and the laughter is replaced by awkward silences, the audience may be confused and a ...

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The Taming of the Shrew – Theatre Royal, Plymouth

Writer: William Shakespeare (adapted by Edward Hall &Roger Warren) Director: Edward Hall Associate Director: Dugald Bruce-Lockhart Reviewer: Joan Phillips [rating:5] Awesome, hilarious, compelling and deeply troublesome – prepare yourself for a roller coaster of emotions from the Propeller Theatre Company’s production of The Taming of the Shrew. This play has provided controversy since it was first staged. What Shakespeare intended ...

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